Grocery shoppers set to spend €10.9bn in 2018
20/03/2018 - Irish Examiner
Irish shoppers are on course to spend over €10.9bn this year on groceries — up €420m on 2017 — based on trends over the early months.
Lidl strengthens its NI presence as shoppers up spending by £17.60
20/03/2018 - Belfast Telegraph
German retailer Lidl strengthens growth, shows latest data from Kantar Worldpanel.
Dunnes Stores reclaims crown as top grocery retailer
21/11/2017 - Independent
Dunnes Stores clinched the top grocery retailer spot in Ireland.
Dunnes Stores takes over top spot amid Ophelia boost
21/11/2017 - RTE
Dunnes Stores has the largest market share among grocery retailers for the first time in nine months.
Dunnes tops supermarket league as Lidl and Aldi advance
21/11/2017 - The Irish Times
Mini-Christmas sales among large retail chains saw double-figure spike in sales.
10 trends every Irish retailer needs to know to make an impact in a competitive industry
28/02/2016 - Irish Independent
Times are changing and consumers' habits are too - the Kantar Consumer Countdown is the essential guide to the direction of Irish retail, writes Georgieann Harrington.
The top 10 supermarket goodies Irish people can't live without
15/05/2014 - Irish Mirror
A new survey by Kantar Worldpanel found that while more and more shoppers are opting for supermarket own brands, Irish consumers still prefer home grown products over their international counterparts.
Avonmore tops Kantar 'Brand Footprint' Ireland ranking for second successive year
14/05/2014 - Checkout
Avonmore has been named the 'most chosen' grocery brand in Ireland for the second year running, following the publication of Kantar Worldpanel's annual 'Brand Footprint' rankings.
Top 10 Items found in Irish shopping baskets
14/05/2014 - Irish Independent
Irish brands have squeezed out global giants and rate amongst our favourite items. Avonmore, Brennans and Denny are the brands most purchased by shoppers in Ireland, a report by Kantar Worldpanel has shown.
Shoppers benefit as prices for key grocery items fall
20/03/2014 - Irish Independent
Latest figures from Kantar Worldpanel Ireland show consumers have benefitted from dropping prices of key groceries. Shoppers had to fork out 0.6pc less in supermarkets than a year ago.
SuperValu breathes down Tesco's neck after Superquinn rebrand
18/03/2014 - The Irish Times
The latest figures from retail analysts Kantar Worldpanel indicate that the market share of Tesco has fallen again while both Aldi and Lidl outperform the market.